Super Duper Burger

Architect-led Design/Build

Mill Valley, California

The first stand-alone rendition of Super Duper Burger, this new restaurant establishes a brick-and-mortar brand for the company’s leap from San Francisco to Marin County.

The design for this restaurant’s first stand-alone location embodies Super Duper’s commitment to quality, sustainability, purity and community…and the perfect burger. An adaptive re-use project, a complete gut-and-remodel was required to transform this former fast-food restaurant site into a modern slow-food burger joint.

Increased square footage via an addition to the building enabled the new interior to maximize light and flow. A new drive-through and landscaped outdoor patio area extend the restaurant’s facilities and maximize property use. Ecological and energy-conserving systems include photovoltaics on custom steel canopies.

Also completed San Francisco locations: Chestnut Street, Market Street, 4th Street (Metreon).

ZdV Project Team:

Architecture Team:
Jim Zack, Ben Cabrerra
Lighting Design:
Zack | de Vito
Contractor | Build Team:
Zack | de Vito
Landscape Design:
Bluhon Group
Paul Dyer
Restaurant Group:
Back of the House